Oliver's ex, the Huntress, threatens to destroy everything and everyone he cares about; Dinah Lance returns and claims she has proof that Laurel's sister is still alive; Thea gets Roy a job at Oliver's nightclub.
The Arrow writers didn't waste a great deal of time before bringing The Huntress back into the fold. Unfortunately, they might have been better off letting that open plot thread simmer for a while longer. Jessica De Gouw's return as the crossbow-wielding more
Ugh, man. Run-ins with exes are so awkward, aren't they? Well Helena is in town, which means The Huntress is on the hunt. Is she ever off duty? Super heroes and vigilantes rarely take vacation days, so probably not. And just when Oliver thought he could r more
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Helena Bertinelli is back! She teaches everyone around her a lesson in pain, but gives the viewer lessons in delight. Never was there character who more perfectly embodies the the idea that violence solves everything. Read More... http://feeds.gawker.com/ more
If you are wondering what this episode of “Arrow” will be about, you need look no further than the title. Helena Bertinelli, aka The Huntress, is going to be back, pursuing her vendetta against organized crime in Starling City. She and Oliver more
A little spring break did Arrow a lot of good. The show returned with arrows, fists, and feet flying. I’m getting more intrigued by Oliver’s life in Starling City because it’s getting more and more complicated. The line between Ollie and The Hood are gett more